Microsoft Azure Virtual Network Public IP Prefix Static IP Addresses - fee

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A virtual network is a network overlay that you can configure in Azure. VMs and services that are part of the same virtual network can access each other. However, services outside the virtual network have no way to identify or connect to services hosted within virtual networks unless you decide to configure that specific type of connection, as in the case of VNet to VNet configurations. This provides an added layer of isolation to your services. Azure Virtual Network also lets you extend your network into Azure and treat deployments as a natural extension to your on-premises network. Whether you need a virtual network depends entirely on what you are trying to do. There are no one-size-fits-all virtual network designs. However, you'll find that every solution falls into one of 3 basic configuration categories: No VNet, Cloud-Only VNet, or Cross-Premises VNet (which includes Hybrid solutions). Once you know which basic category your project falls under, you can then build on it to create a network design that